Education

Arts Education for schools


Corban Estate Arts Centre runs a comprehensive programme of classes and workshops for schools, with offerings for students YR1 - YR13, as well as masterclasses for seniors and teachers.
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Term 1 2018 workshops is available here.

Term 2 2018 workshops is available here.

Term 3 2018 workshops is available here.

2017 was a fantastic year for the Education Team at CEAC - view our re-cap here


Bookings

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All enquiries to:
Megan Carter
Education Coordinator
09 838 4455 ext 214
megan@ceac.org.nz.

Arts education for schools.

We are delighted to be able to provide children great experiences that they will remember the rest of their lives!

Our Arts Education for schools programme based on the NZ National Curriculum, addresses achievement objectives for all levels of students (Years 1-13). We aim to facilitate effective partnerships with schools and classroom teachers which will lead to successful learning outcomes for all students.

 


Upcoming Workshops & Classes

 From Here to There: Drawing

From Here to There: Drawing

With Julie Moselen

6 weeks, Monday afternoons
Monday 30 July - 3 September
4pm - 5.30pm

Children: 8 - 14

*CLASS NOW FULLY BOOKED.* This class is designed to give children a broad understanding, knowledge and skill base in order for them to learn how to draw. Participants study light and shade, contrast, and rendering as well as a range of drawing styles; observational drawing, step by step guided drawing as well as imaginative free drawing.
Continue on from the previous term or start now to develop your drawing skills.

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 Creative Clay Projects

Creative Clay Projects

With Kairava Gullatz

6 weeks, Thursday evenings
Thursday 2 August - 6 September
6-9pm

Adults

Is there anything you have always wanted to shape in clay? Whether it is functional or sculptural, this is the time to find support for your creative ventures. The class offers the opportunity to experiment with a variety of modelling techniques under the guidance of experienced tutor Kairava Gullatz. Students will discover their individual way of handling the clay, as well as enjoying a social creative environment. Surface decorations with slips and glazes are part of the teaching.

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